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inside Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - Delaware Veterinary Medical
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 | Veterinarians and Technicians Welcome
Modern Maturity Center, 1121 Forrest Avenue, Dover, DE 19901
8:00 AM
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9:00 AM
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10:15 AM |
NOON
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3:15 PM
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5:00 PM
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REGISTRATION, REFRESHMENTS WITH EXHIBITORS
AM LECTURES BEGIN
15 MINUTE BREAK, REFRESHMENTS WITH EXHIBITORS
LUNCH PROGRAM
15 MINUTE BREAK, REFRESHMENTS WITH EXHIBITORS
ADJOURNMENT
AM Small Animal Lectures
Heartworm – Prevention in Face of Resistance
(Bowman)
Information showing that heartworm resistance is now a reality will be presented. Now that it is
present, the larger question is what is the best way to protect against it?
Year Round Internal Parasite Control
(Bowman)
Year-round parasite control is needed and it works. It is possible for hookworms, roundworms, whipworms, and tapeworms to infect dogs throughout the year. Learn more about how you can protect
your patients.
AM Large Animal Lectures
Regenerative Therapy in Sports Medicine –
Bench to Barn Strategies
(Orsini)
The field of equine regenerative medicine continues to change rapidly. Understanding the terminology and advantages and disadvantages of these sources and when to use them will be covered
simplifying the selection process.
The Slow Healing Equine Wound – Medical and Surgery
Tactics for Victory
(Orsini)
Wound infections are common in equine practice - most respond to routine antibiotic therapy and
wound care, however infections are becoming more of a challenge as multiple antibiotic resistance becomes more common. Developing clinical tactics to manage serious wound infections,
making the best use of the local conditions and resources will be discussed coupled with a step-by
-step approach.
Test Your Clinical Expertise – Equine Orthopedic
Case Studies
(Orsini)
The diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic problems in the adult horse is an enormous topic and
a plethora of specific disorders can cause lameness or gait abnormality. The presentation will
focus on case studies range from fractures, and developmental orthopedic problems to laminitis
and more. This will be an opportunity to play the game of “what would I do if this were my case?”
PM Small Animal Lectures
PM Large Animal Lectures
Tick Control & Tick-Borne Disease Prevention
(Bowman)
Update on Infectious Diseases of the Respiratory tract
(Divers)
Ticks are active in the northeastern USA all winter long, and if they feed, they can transmit tick-borne
diseases. If pets, dogs or cats, are going to be allowed outside in the winter, they need to be protected
against tick acquisition and feeding.
This talk will discuss newer findings for equine herpes viruses 1,2,4 and 5, newer information on
Strangles, equine rhinitis virus infection, Klebsiella spp. pneumonia in adult horses
and Rhodococcus equi pneumonia in foals.
Flea Control and Flea Associated Disease Prevention
(Bowman)
Update on Infectious Diseases of the Gastrointestinal
Tract and Liver
(Divers)
Flea control is now successful and easy. Young folks working in veterinary medicine have no idea of
what flea control was like before the development of the modern monthly treatment products that
really work. Control is essential to a good pet-family relationship.
This talk will discuss newer findings in equine intestinal disease resulting from enteric coronavirus
infection , Potomac Horse Fever, intestinal Clostridiosis, and the numerous causes of foal diarrhea. Additionally, the clinical importance of the 4 recently discovered equine hepatitis viruses
will be discussed.
TICKBORNE AND SPIROCHETE DISEASES
(Divers)
This talk will discuss Borrelia burdorferi, Anaplasma phagocytophilia and
the potential for other tickborne infections in horses in the Northeast.
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Meeting Information, Speakers, Exhibitors, Registration Form
INFORMATION
DVMA 2016 Spring Conference
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
8 AM to 5 PM
Modern Maturity Center | Dover, Delaware
CONFERENCE SITE
Modern Maturity Center
1121 Forrest Ave, Dover, DE 19904
The Modern Maturity Center's mission is to provide programs and services that
will enhance the quality of life, with dignity and respect, for older adults. Its
first floor banquet facilities offers comfortable, affordable space to host booths,
lectures and meals.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
The 2016 Spring Conference of the Delaware Veterinary Medical Association
offers 6.0 CE credits to veterinarians, veterinary technicians and support staff.
The DVMA may provide CE credit, at the rate of 1.0 credits per 50 minutes of
instruction, per the approval of Delaware’s Title 24, 3300 Board of Veterinary
Medicine, Section 9.5.3.
Conference certificates will be provided during the afternoon sessions to all
attendees registered within one week of the conference. All others will receive
their certificate via email if a valid email address has been provided.
EXHIBIT HALL
Our exhibitors add an aspect of quality, informational services, and support that
benefits the entire veterinary profession. Please visit them during the course of
your day. Exhibits are open from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM in the halls and ballroom.
CONFERENCE MEALS
A continental breakfast will be served from 8:00 to 9:00 AM for all registrants
and exhibitors. Breaks will occur at 10:15 AM and 3:15 PM. The Luncheon and
General Membership Meeting will occur at noon and is included in your conference registration, but pre-registration is required — please make note of your
attendance on the registration form on the reverse of this page. If you wish to
enjoy a private conversation with colleagues during the lunch hours, please
visit one of Delaware’s many restaurants to prevent disruption to the business
portion of the general membership meeting.
REGISTRATION
Using the registration form on the back of this document, please register as
follows:
Registration Open through April 12, 2016.
Late Registration after April 12/On-Site, additional $25 fee applies.
By Fax
By Email
By Mail
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302-455-VETS (8387)
[email protected]
Lums Pond Animal Hospital, c/o Dr. Jenni Smagala
3052 Wrangle Hill Rd | Bear, DE 19701
The DVMA accepts all major credit cards or check. No cash accepted on-site.
DIRECTIONS
Modern Maturity Center | 1121 Forrest Ave, Dover, DE 19904
From Wilmington and Points North: take Route 1 South to Dover. Take
the North Dover exit (#104). Do not turn onto Route 13. Cross Route 13 to take the
Dover by-pass. Stay on the by-pass for approximately 3.2 miles. At the 4th traffic
light, turn right onto State Route 8. The Modern Maturity Center is 0.2 miles on
your right at the next traffic light. Follow the DCTM signs to the appropriate entrance.
From Rehoboth and Points South using Route 13 to Dover: Turn left onto
State Route 8 West / Division Street.
From southern Delaware using Route 13 to Dover, turn left onto State
Route 8 West / Division Street. Landmarks at this intersection include the Edgehill
Shopping Center on the right and a large water tower on the left. Drive approximately 1.9 miles (10 traffic lights) to the Modern Maturity Center on your right.
The 10th traffic light is at the entrance to the Modern Maturity Center. Follow the
DCTM signs to the appropriate entrance.
PARKING AT THE MODERN MATURITY CENTER
Parking is complimentary and is available on the MMC property.
SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS
If you require special accommodations, please contact [email protected]
FUTURE PROGRAM DATES
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Dover Downs Conference Center.
SPEAKERS
DVMA 2016 Spring Conference
JAMES A. ORSINI, DVM, DIPL. ACVS
Associate Professor of Surgery | University of Pennsylvania
James A. Orsini, is an Associate Professor of Surgery, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Orsini received his DVM from Cornell University in 1977 and completed his internship and surgery
residency training at Penn’s New Bolton Center campus. He is board certified in surgery by the American
College of Veterinary Surgeons with a special interest and expertise in orthopedic and reconstructive surgery
and laminitis. Dr. Orsini has published extensively on equine pediatric surgery, antimicrobials, laminitis,
gastric ulcers, pain and anti-inflammatory medications and related fields with more than 400 publications.
He is co-editor of Equine Emergencies: Treatment and Procedures, which is in its fourth edition and published in six languages. Dr.
Orsini’s current research interests are in pain management and understanding the pathophysiology of laminitis, prevention and improved treatments. He has directed 10 national and international meetings on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot.
EXH IBITORS
Aesculight/LightScapel
Aventix
Bayer Animal Health
Boehringer-Ingelheim
CVCA - Cardiac Care
for Pets
Delaware Pet Cremation
THOMAS J. DIVERS, DVM, DIPLOMATE ACVIM, DIPLOMATE ACVECC
Steffen Professor of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University
Dr. Thomas J. Divers earned his DVM from the University of Georgia and completed an
internship in large animal medicine at the University of California at Davis. Dr. Divers
returned to the University of Georgia for a residency in large animal internal edicine and
ambulatory practice and later worked for 2 years as an assistant professor in the large
animal medicine and ambulatory practice at the College. Dr. Divers then moved to the University of Pennsylvania for 10 years where he was an associate professor of large animal medicine and served as chief of
the section of medicine at the New Bolton Center of the University of Pennsylvania. Currently Dr. Divers is
Professor of Medicine and co-Chief of the Section of Large Animal Medicine at Cornell University. He has
been the recipient of teaching awards at three universities, has received the Educator of the Year Award
from both the AAEP and ACVECC and recently received the Cornell University Hospital for Animals Distinquished Service Award for
service to referring veterinarians. He is a diplomate of both the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and of the American
College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. Dr. Divers is currently consulting editor of Veterinary Clinics of North AmericaEquine Practice. Dr. Divers’ current research focuses on newly - discovered hepatitis viruses in horses. Other research activities have
included bacterial and toxic causes of liver failure in horses, equine neurological diseases including equine motor neuron disease and
equine protozoal myelitis, equine lyme disease, equine leptospirosis, diseases of the urinary system and advances in internal medicine
and critical care for horses, foals and dairy cattle.
Elanco
Henry Schein Animal
Health
Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc
Merck Animal Health
Merial Ltd
Nutramax Laboratories
Parnell
Patterson Vet Supply
Paws to Heaven
Penn Veterinary Supply Inc
PNC Bank
DWIGHT D. BOWMAN, MS, PHD, DACVM (HONORARY)
Professor of Parasitology | Cornell University , Colleg of Veterinary Medicine
As a parasitologist, the focus of Dr. Bowman’s research has been on the
biology of parasitic infections, testing of various agents for efficacy against
parasites, disinfection of parasites in manures and sewage sludges, and
improved diagnostics. Dr. Bowman graduated with honors in Biology from
Hiram, College in Hiram, OH, in 1974. He received his MS and PHD degrees in parasitology from
Tulane University in New Orleans, in 1976 and 1983. He was a postdoctoral scientist/lecturer at
the School of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Wisconsin Madison from 1984-1987. He
joined the faculty of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, in 1987, and is currently a Full
Professor in Parasitology. He teaches courses in the veterinary, graduate, and undergraduate curricula of the University. In
2008, he was awarded the Distinguished Veterinary Parasitologist Award by the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists. In 2009, he was awarded the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching from the State University of New
York. In 2009, he was also awarded Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine's first Community Service Award,
and a recipient in 2010 of the Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship in Service-Learning. He is an honorary Diplomate in the Parasitology section of the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists. He is currently president of the
American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists. He was a founding member of the Companion Animal Parasite Council
which officially began in 2002, and has just completed a two-year term as president. He is author of 5 textbooks on parasitology including Georgis' Parasitology for Veterinarians. He has published around 200 peer-reviewed papers on the
topics of veterinary parasitology, and in addition to being an ad hoc reviewer for over 20 journals, serves or has served on
the Editorial Boards of Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Comparative Parasitology, Veterinary Parasitology, International Journal for Parasitology, and the Compendium of Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian.
Purina
Road Runner Pharmacy
Saveway Compounding
Pharmacy
Simmons Mid-Atlantic
Stokes Pharmacy
Veterinary Specialty Center
of Delaware
Virbac
Wedgewood Pharmacy
Wiley
Windcrest Animal Hospital
Zoetis
REGISTRATION FORM
DVMA 2016 Spring Conference
Please complete the form below and return by Tuesday, April 12, 2016.
BY FAX:
BY MAIL:
BY EMAIL:
302-455-VETS (8387)
Lums Pond Animal Hospital c/o Dr. Jenni Smagala
3052 Wrangle Hill Road | Bear, DE 19701
[email protected]
$25.00 late fee for registration after April 12
REGISTRANT INFORMATION
REGISTRANT NAME
PRACTICE NAME
MAILING ADDRESS
CITY
PHONE
STATE
MOBILE
ZIP
EMAIL
PROGRAM PREFERENCES
Please check all sessions you will attend. Note: All sessions are open to technicians or veterinarians.
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Small Animal AM Session
Heartworm—Prevention in Face of Resistance
Dwight D. Bowman, MS, PHD, DACVM (Honorary)
Year Round Internal Parasite Control
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Small Animal PM Session
Tick Control & Tick-Borne Disease Prevention
Dwight D. Bowman, MS, PHD, DACVM (Honorary)
Flea Control and Flea-Associated Disease Prevention
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Large Animal AM Session
Regenerative Therapy in Sports Medicine—Bench to Barn Strategies
James A. Orsini, DVM, DIPL. ACVS
The Slow Healing Equine Wound—Medical and Surgery Tactics for Victory
Test Your Clinical Expertise—Equine Orthopedic Case Studies
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Large Animal PM Session
Update on Infectious Diseases of the Respiratory Tract
Thomas J. Drivers, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, Diplomate ACVEECC
Update on Infectious Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract and Liver
Tickborne and Spirochete Diseases
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General Membership Lunch
Dietary Needs? (vegetarian, gluten-free, etc?)_______________________________________________________________________
PARTICIPATION / REGISTRATION STATUS
VETERINARIANS
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DVMA Member Veterinarian
$100.00
TOTAL: $_____________________________
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Non-Member Veterinarian
$250.00
TOTAL: $_____________________________
VETERINARY STAFF
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DVMA Member Staff
$50.00
TOTAL: $_____________________________
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Non-Member Staff
$75.00
TOTAL: $_____________________________
PAYMENT
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CHECK (made payable to “DVMA”)
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CREDIT CARD (circle)
VISA
MASTERCARD
AMEX
DISCOVER
Card #__________________________________________________ Exp Date _______/_________ Security Code __________
Name on Card __________________________________________________________________________________________________
Billing Address _____________________________________________ City _______________________ St _______ Zip____________